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4606Re: [ufodiscussion] Bush Cancels Space Shuttle Program

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  • William Hamilton
    Apr 1, 2005
      April Fools!


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      Subject: [ufodiscussion] Bush Cancels Space Shuttle Program


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      > Dear Friends,
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      > Isn't this what the shrub has been doing?
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      > Bush told reporters, "I don't want to see another NASA administrator -
      > appointed on my watch - left to justify a program to Congress based on
      > lies, dis-information, half-truths and sexed up reports."
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      > http://www.spacedaily.com/news/rocketscience-05o.html
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      > Love and Light.
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      > David
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      > Bush Cancels Space Shuttle Program
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      > Washington DC (SPX) Apr 01, 2005
      > US President George W Bush declared today that he had signed a rare
      > presidential decree canceling any further expenditure of Federal funds on
      > the US Space Shuttle program.
      > "We cannot find any justification to continue deficit funding of a program
      > that has no application other that proving that with enough money America
      > can do anything," said Bush.
      > "The whole world knows that already, so why keep spending money on it," he
      > added.
      > The announcement was made during an even rarer press conference with
      > Whitehouse press corps, at which the President started proceedings by
      > handing out Easter Eggs, quipping, "it might be politically incorrect to
      > hand these out, but don't worry we got them at a discount at a Walmart
      > sale yesterday so they aren't really a religious item anymore."
      > With the press left looking like stunned bunnies, the President took to
      > the podium before dropping today's bombshell that Congressional
      > supporter's of the Space Shuttle now have told SpaceDaily, "will cost
      > thousands of jobs, and leave school children confused as to what America
      > can actually do in space anymore."
      > During the press conference Bush told reporters, "I don't want to see
      > another NASA administrator - appointed on my watch - left to justify a
      > program to Congress based on lies, dis-information, half-truths and sexed
      > up reports."
      > During a brief two-minute period provided for questions from the press,
      > the first reporter asked if this meant the Space Station was also being
      > shut down. To which the President answered, "we plan to either hold an
      > auction on Ebay or give it away to "our international partners."
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